Penn Liberty Bank is proud to support all the communities we serve. See how we have been making a difference.
Team members representing all of the Penn Liberty Bank Chester County Offices came out to support The Chester County Futures – Strikes for the Future Fundraiser. Chester County Futures is a non-profit organization that empowers low income, yet highly motivated students in Chester County to graduate from high school and move into higher education.
Penn Liberty Bank supports educational programs and schools through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) programs. EITC provides school scholarships and program funds to support educational and pre-K programs in approved organizations and schools. The OSTC program makes scholarships available to eligible students who live within the attendance boundaries of a low-achieving schools by providing the opportunity to attend schools in other areas. For more information about these programs visit www.newpa.com.
We have been busy visiting many schools and organizations to present a
commemorative check of our support.
Valley Forge Educational Services
Brian C. Zwaan, President Penn Liberty Bank; Dr. Grace Fornicola, Executive Director of Valley Forge Educational Services; Eric Light, Regional VP Chester County Penn Liberty Bank
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Academy of Notre Dame
Brian C. Zwaan, President Penn Liberty Bank, Veronica Collins Harrington, President Academy of Notre Dame, Eric Light, Regional VP Chester County Penn Liberty Bank
Left to Right:
Eric Light, Regional VP Chester County Penn Liberty Bank; Faith Koons, Executive Director, Paula Stevens, AVP/Penn Liberty Bank
Freedom Valley YMCA
Left to Right: Tom Thunstrom - AVP/Penn Liberty Bank, Ann Nelson - Spring Valley Y Branch Executive Director, Richard Sarfert - Chief Credit Officer/Penn Liberty Bank, Allison Stinger - Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA Financial Development Director
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Malvern Prepartary School
Left to Right - Mr. Christian M. Talbot - Head of School, Eric Light - RVP/Penn Liberty Bank, Bryan Forcino - VP/Penn Liberty Bank, Rev. James R. Flynn, O.S.A.
YMCA of the Brandywine Valley, West Chester Pa.
Randy Mintz, Branch Manager Penn Liberty Bank, Bruce Griffin,
Senior Executive Director, West Chester Area YMCA
Delaware Valley Friends School, Paoli, PA
Paula Stevens, Branch Manager Penn Liberty Bank, Pritchard Garrett, Head of School,
Eric Light, Regional VP Penn Liberty Bank
Merion Mercy Academy, Merion Station, PA.
Sister Barbara Buckley, Principal, Brian C. Zwaan, President Penn Liberty Bank
Valley Forge Military Academy. Pictured left to right:
COL John A. Ford, Cadet Kabine Conde, Brian C. Zwaan, President Penn Liberty Bank, Cadet Cobay Bolden, James J. Doyle, Colonel, USMC (Ret.), Interim President VFMA
Country Day School of the Sacred Heart in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Kathy Gallagher, Director of Institutional Advancement, Brian C. Zwaan, President Penn Liberty Bank
November 2012 - Several Penn Liberty Bank employees volunteered their time on a project for Habitat for Humanity in Norristown.
See more pictures here.
Penn Liberty Bank (PLB) recently presented West Chester Area Senior Center (WCASC) with a donation to support health & wellness programs at the center. Accepting the check is Troy Vogt (Board Director WCASC), Kathy Sullivan (Executive Director, WCASC), Tricia Lefkof (VP, PLB), Ann Giunta (Board President WCASC), Bryan Forcino (VP, PLB) and Lorri Sarosy (WCASC).
The Montgomery County branch employees celebrate the dedication of the home they
helped build with Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity at the end of 2011.
View additional pictures of this project, here.
Penn Liberty Bank's Montgomery County branches supported Habitat for Humanity with a day of service on October 5, 2011
Penn Liberty Gift Highlights Success of EITC Financial Aid Program To Malvern Preparatory School
Penn Liberty Bank Supports Scholarship Students at AIM-Academy In Manayunk
Penn Liberty Bank helps Area non-Profit Feel the Warmth to hold first big fundraiser
A group of Radnor Middle School students came to us to learn about community banking. It was a great experience for all!